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Poetry, Imagery 1


 with Chase Gosselin

short description:
An Intermediate course in Poetic Forms and Techniques, covering Symbolism, Imagery, and Abstration.
long description:
Course will outline and demonstrate examples of poetic imagery,
allowing students to study symbolism, imagery, and abstraction in
individual pieces. Students will be required to write poetry for
their portfolio, and five individual poems will be assigned.
Course schedule includes weeks 1-3, study of symbolism, weeks 4-
6, study of imagery, weeks 7-9, study of abstraction, weeks 10 -
12, images in poetry, week 13, final poem due.
level of difficulty:
minimum class size:
24/7, writers don't usually sleep or have
fee comments:
Fee is weekly based, total fee per participant
is 130$ for the 13 week program.
 session structure





Poetry, Imagery 1

live session

An Intermediate course in Poetic Forms and Techniques, covering Symbolism, Imagery, and Abstration.

1h 0m

total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: Each week we will spend one hour together in
live session, at a time of mutual benefit.

languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 10US$  (100lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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Chase Gosselin

description of :
I am a Canadian poet and screenwriter, and
am looking for a way to merge my love of
writing with my love of teaching, and am
looking forward to teaching people about the
fine art of the written word.
Teacher's qualifications:
I have worked with several leading Canadian
authors, whose work has been published
nationally and internationally. I have also
worked as creative director and editor for a
local university literary review, having
received high praise for my groundbreaking
work. I also have been published in several
Canadian publications, and continually
produce new work for publication.
's preferred teaching style:
I have a very relaxed teaching style. I
usually assign reading and a small amount of
homework, so that part of our class time is
working through individual pieces and
looking directly at technical examples,
while a portion of our time can remain for
discussion and analytical thinking.

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